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The microgenetic method: A direct means for studying cognitive development.
RS Siegler, K Crowley
American psychologist 46 (6), 606, 1991
Parents explain more often to boys than to girls during shared scientific thinking
K Crowley, MA Callanan, HR Tenenbaum, E Allen
Psychological Science 12 (3), 258-261, 2001
Learning conversations in museums
G Leinhardt, K Crowley, K Knutson
Taylor & Francis, 2011
Shared scientific thinking in everyday parent‐child activity
K Crowley, MA Callanan, JL Jipson, J Galco, K Topping, J Shrager
Science Education 85 (6), 712-732, 2001
Building islands of expertise in everyday family activity
K Crowley, M Jacobs
Learning conversations in museums 333356, 2002
From everyday to scientific observation: How children learn to observe the biologist’s world
C Eberbach, K Crowley
Review of Educational Research 79 (1), 39-68, 2009
Explanation and generalization in young children's strategy learning
K Crowley, RS Siegler
Child development 70 (2), 304-316, 1999
Constraints on learning in nonprivileged domains
RS Siegler, K Crowley
Cognitive Psychology 27 (2), 194-226, 1994
Objects of learning, objects of talk: Changing minds in museums
G Leinhardt, K Crowley
Perspectives on object-centered learning in museums, 301-324, 2002
The robotic autonomy mobile robotics course: Robot design, curriculum design and educational assessment
IR Nourbakhsh, K Crowley, A Bhave, E Hamner, T Hsiu, ...
Autonomous Robots 18 (1), 103-127, 2005
Describing and supporting collaborative scientific thinking in parent-child interactions
K Crowley, M Callanan
Journal of Museum Education 23 (1), 12-17, 1998
Strategy discovery as a competitive negotiation between metacognitive and associative mechanisms
K Crowley, J Shrager, RS Siegler
Developmental Review 17 (4), 462-489, 1997
How parent explanation changes what children learn from everyday scientific thinking
JG Fender, K Crowley
Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology 28 (3), 189-210, 2007
From teachers to testers: How parents talk to novice and expert children in a natural history museum
S Palmquist, K Crowley
Science Education 91 (5), 783-804, 2007
AAM derived face representations for robust facial action recognition
S Lucey, I Matthews, C Hu, Z Ambadar, F De la Torre, J Cohn
7th International Conference on Automatic Face and Gesture Recognition …, 2006
Flexible strategy use in young children's tic-tac-toe
K Crowley, RS Siegler
Cognitive Science 17 (4), 531-561, 1993
Supporting science learning in museums
L Schauble, M Gleason, R Lehrer, K Bartlett, A Petrosino, A Allen, J Street
Learning conversations in museums 425, 452, 2002
Islands of expertise and the development of family scientific literacy
K Crowley, M Jacobs
Learning conversations in museums, 333-356, 2002
From living to virtual: Learning from museum objects
C Eberbach, K Crowley
Curator: The museum journal 48 (3), 317-338, 2005
Design and philosophy of the bimasc, a highly dynamic biped
JW Hurst, JE Chestnutt, AA Rizzi
Proceedings 2007 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation …, 2007
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